"An Account of Several Strata of Earth and Shells on the Banks of York-River, in Virginia; Of a Subterraneous Passage, and the Sudden Descent of a Very Large Current of Water from a Mountain, near Carlisle; Of a Remarkably Large Spring near Reading, in Pennsylvania; And Also of Several Remarkable Springs in the States of Pennsylvania and Virginia" is an article from Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volume 1.
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